Renowned interior designer and author, Eric Cohler, has been featured in Elle Decor, House Beautiful, Veranda, The New York Times, and Traditional Home — among others — and is, as the first word of this sentence states, renowned. One of his latest projects just hit my radar, and I wanted to share it with you; it’s his own apartment in San Francisco atop the Chambord and it’s a terrific mix of unexpected elements that make for a very special space.
When it comes to using white, this is about as good as it gets. The mix of eras and styles here is so appealing.
A simple and sophisticated drinks tray. With a hint of “Rear Window”–we are in San Francisco, after all.
Dark and dramatic dining anyone? Those amazing chairs in this refined space could not make me any happier.
It’s this kind of terrific mix that’s so appealing to me–it’s like the best of several decades all pulled together and making beautiful music together.
This fireplace and all the architectural details in the room are brought to life by the dark paint. I’m not sure if you can see it clearly in this image, but that side table is covered in snake skin.
Bathroom windowsill as shelf; I love this; it actually reminds me very much of the bathroom in one of my favorite movies.